5 Tips to Improve Your Health at Work

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We dedicate so much of our lives to our careers. Forty plus hours a week and a great deal of stress and anxiety go into our jobs. It’s so easy to get wrapped up in your work life that you forget the importance of your own health and wellness. With a little conscious effort, it’s… Read more »

How to Solve Workplace Conflict Without HR

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Resolving workplace conflict is a key role of any effective manager. An exceptional manager will be able to remediate workplace scuffles without involving the ever-busy HR team as well. It can prolong the tension within your team and potentially over formalize the incident. Keep your team united and strong by handling workplace conflict yourself. Analyze… Read more »

The Best Way to Negotiate to Get the Salary You Want

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We are seeing a shift in the job world, where employees are gaining confidence and daring to be different than generations prior. No longer do workers have to sit around waiting for a raise or better opportunity to come up. Instead, workers are negotiating for a better salary and getting it! Employers are starting to… Read more »

How Much Employee History Should You List On Your Resume?

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Resume best practices used to be simple. Put your contact information, schooling, work experience and a few references and that’s it. Now crafting the perfect resume takes much more finesse. As the competitiveness of the job market continues to increase, recruiters are busier than ever. As a modern job seeker now has to take into… Read more »

Why You Should Ask Interviewees These Curveball Questions

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Leading a great interview is not about asking a bunch of tricky interview questions. It’s OK to see how well candidates think on their feet or handle themselves in an awkward moment, but asking loaded questions with a negative connotation such as, “What’s the biggest mistake you’ve made in the office?” or “What do you… Read more »

Our Guide To Dressing For Success At Your Interview

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Dressing up for an interview can be quite stressful. Some Atlanta accounting firms require both men and women to wear a full suit to work every day, while others are much more lenient. However, even if your Atlanta coding job allowed you to show up to work in shorts and flip flops, your interview is… Read more »

Tell-Tale Signs Your Best Employee Has One Foot Out The Door

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Losing your best employee can shake even the most stable of organizations. This is especially the case if it comes out of nowhere. Don’t be blindsided by this massive loss and watch for these four signs that your best employee is losing interest. Knowing that an employee is unsatisfied may not keep them from leaving,… Read more »

4 Ways to Wow a Recruiter Every Time

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Remember the days when the best tips for finding a job were: Spell everything right on your resume, have great references and give the interviewer a firm handshake? Nowadays you’re lucky if you can get the attention of recruiters, let alone be invited to an interview. Standing out in the application process is becoming a… Read more »

How To Pull Yourself Out Of A Career Rut

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Most professionals experience a career rut at some point in their lives. Whether they feel underpaid, underappreciated or underutilized, workers start to feel stuck in a perpetual tunnel with the light becoming harder and harder to see the more they stay in the same position, year after year. This trapped feeling has U.S. workers feeling… Read more »

10 Ways To Raise The Customer Service Bar

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Having an effective customer service initiative is becoming increasingly difficult. Consumer values and ideals are shifting faster than ever before. This is why it is so important to keep your standards of customer service high so you’re not trying to run a marathon when you can barely make it through a mile without stopping. No… Read more »